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of powerful politicians from virginia are trying to convince the fbi to relocate to the commonwealth. share everything. share brotherly love. share one up's. mom ? mom ? the share everything plan. lets your family share a pool of data across 10 devices with unlimited talk and text. get a spectrum 2 by lg for $49.99 >> people say can we jump around? that day would go unless we take steps. >> reporter: although there is a lot of work, the mayor believes that the first concert at the new angie theatre could happen by this summer n. northeast, matt ackland, fox 5 news. >>> mayor gray made good on a bet he lost to the mayor of seattle. it was raised above the wilson building in morning. they placed a wager on last weekend's seahawk play-off game and believed they would fly over the city for a half -- a half a day. >>> mayor gray about the team name, the skins may want to change it if the team wanted to return to the district. >> and i said that is something to consider. it's a discussion point for so many people. >> and they think it's something that symbolizes 9 football team here, you know, th
last february near the town of linden. now for the first time, fbi technicians are taking over from san joaquin sheriff's deputies, >> i can tell you we have the best doing this excavation. kron4's j-r stone is standing by with more from linden. >> reporter: p.m., i am standing in the exact same spot as i was, last year, pam. you can see it in the distance the silhouette, of the equipment. >> we are now working to begin a careful, methodical and save excavation of the well site and that agricultural land. >> reporter: and with that the fbi went to work in search of human remains that may have been dumped here by death row inmate wesley shermantine or the late convicted killer loren herzog? >> there is no certainty. however, there is no guarantee. >> reporter: in the distance you can see the backhoes being used. authorities have closed off a nearby road in this rural section of joaquin county. this is the closest to the search site we can get. those with the fbi say it will likely take two to three weeks to excavate this well. >> this is nearly 50 ft. deep. we might not be able to get ju
, could retired fbi agent bob levinson be alive after all these years, captive in iran? and is the united states doing anything about it? we have new photos tonight of levinson who vanished in iran almost six years ago. his wife christine is here and we'll hear from her in just a few seconds and plus, there's much more ahead. "on the record" starts right now. now. >> . >> greta: we've all seen that map by a new york newspaper pinpointing the addresses. and that plan is back firing, nearby inmates appear to be using that information to intimidate the guards. >> we know where you live, where your family lives. we can retaliate if we choose to. >> jodi arias facing charges that she murdered her ex-boyfriend, but her defense team argues she acted only in self-defense. >> she is changed her story, that's not consistent with self-defense. >> and there was an epic struggle in that bedroom and. >> she's the one with the-- and she's the one with the gun. come on. >> and uurookkahn was jumping for joy when he scratched off the lottery tickets, but he went to the hospital and died. >> and levels of
, the family of retired fbi agent robert levenson releasing extraordinary photos of him as a hostage. he vanished into thin air on an iranian island. and two years ago, a hostage video, allegedly sent to the family, raising the possibility that he was being held by terrorists. but now, u.s. intelligence officials say the iranian government may be behind the video and the just-released photos. his wife is calling for added pressure on iran. she is here. good evening. >> hi, greta. thank you for having me. >> i am happy to have you here. every time we have you on the air, i think some day, we are going to be talking and your husband's going to be right next to you. the photos that have you released tonight give a lot of hope that your husband is still alive. i take it you believe he's still alive? >> i believe he is still alive. i believe that he is spending every waking hour making sure that he is well enough to come home to us. >> now, when you look at these pictures, do you have any idea when they may have been taken? are they dated in any way? >> i have not been able to find a date on
. with respect to who carried it out, that's an ongoing investigation. the fbi had sent individuals to libya repeatedly. we have some very good leads, but this is not something that, you know, i'm going to be at liberty to talk about right now. >> megyn: well, that was president obama roughly ten days ago discussing the terror attack in libya that killed four americans, almost four months ago now, including our ambassador. yesterday we learned the one and only suspect in custody so far has just been released by tunisian authorities citing a lack of evidence against him. so, where exactly are we in our fight for justice against the terrorists who killed our ambassador and three others? virginia congressman frank wolf is a republican and a member of the house appropriations committee. you're upset among other things, that this country, tunisia that released our one and only suspect got 300 plus million in aid, why are we funneling aid to them. >> we should not be and they're about to become a millennium and means advantages. we should be cutting off the aid. the fbi team was there for five wee
but other symptoms. the advice is still get the flu vaccine. >> shep: former f.b.i. agent as far as we know someone's hostage for at least six years. u.s. officials always said terrorists were holding him, but now they say iran's government has something to do with his disappearance. this is new set of developments. plus, can drinking soda give you depression? or does depression make you drink soda? or is this just all stupid? we'll talk to doctor between that. or is it sugar or the fact that you are not napping? we'll be back. >>. >> shep: the family of a retired f.b.i. agent that just disappeared in iran has now released pictures of the guy dressed like a guantanamo bay prisoner. the family says somebody sent these photos showing the former agent robert levensonsport ago beer, wrapped in chains holding signs. one of them reads this is a result of serving 30 years for u.s.a., this i am here in guantanamo. they are stepping up efforts to find him. he vanished in 2007 while working as a private investigator after he retired from the f.b.i. last time anybody saw him was he was in iran in the
to a wide variety of government agencies and passing that onto the fbi for inclusion in its database about who can and can not buy guns. things that would indicate mental health problems, what have you. i think there are also potentially looking at recess appointing the head of the atf, the alcohol, tobacco and firearms bureau, which hasn't had a head since 2006. those are a couple of things that the white house might be looking at doing sort of on its own. bill: we're about to dive back into the debt fight and the spending issues in washington. mitch mcconnell says that will take up the next few months of time. >> yeah. bill: so you start now to see the strategy as to why the white house would pursue executive action if they follow what the president said after newtown, that he is not going to delay on this. >> right. it's been interesting. we've seen the white house of course do this. for a white house that came in, a president that came in having railed in the 2008 campaign against sort of the overreach of executive power, he has shown very little restraint in using executive power hims
, whether alcohol tobacco firearms, fbi, border patrol, no money can be spent to implement this period. >> greta: but, now he's engaged in a really ugly battle, very ugly battle. >> right. >> greta: and he's going to say that the republicans are against law enforcement, they don't want the streets, don't want the borders protected because they've cut off the funding for the border. >> on the 100th anniversary of the birth of richard nixon, nixon who did several things that got him in deep trouble would never have dreamed of the level of power grab that obama, at least according to biden and according to others, has tried to do. the same thing with the national labor relations board, decided based on obscure 1935 rule that they will be involved in nonunion companies because they've decide today reinterpret what that law means. >> greta: well, a power grab in my mind is when do you something, you simply don't have the lawful authority to do. >> he doesn't, the president doesn't. >> greta: if there's no law that he would be executing by virtue of an executive order with gun control, inste
the border. >> reporter: special agent terry reed is part of the f.b.i.'s ever-expanding operation working to root out corruption. >> in 2007, there were only six border corruption task forces. today there are 24. >> reporter: one of reed's areas of responsibility is in california at the u.s.-mexico border, the largest land port of entry in the world. it processes 110,000 people a day. >> just a couple weeks ago we arrested someone here at the port of entry. >> reporter: an officer on corruption charges? >> that's right. reporter: there have been more than just a few bad apples. a new report from the department of homeland security's inspector general lists 358 convictions of customs and border protection employees and their associates since 2004. complaints of misconduct are up by 77%. >> this is our border corruption task force wall of shame. >> reporter: the case of officer michael gilliland is notorious. >> he was a very senior agent. he taught all the new people at the port. but he was also passing loads many loads of undocumented illegal aliens through the border. >> reporter: that's
.e.c.'s work, the fbi's work. do you have the resources you need to conduct and do your work property? it seems you're all squeezed. do you have the right personnel that understands some of these complex securities your dealing with and do you have enough people? >> look. i don't have an army. and the white collar enforcement area i have what you can refer to as a s.e.a.l. team of really dedicated smart lawyers and investigators. as does the s.e.c. and fbi that work on these matters. i think they're as smart as you can get in this country. we can always use more, but i think people are spending the time and dedicating their time to get the job done. >> what pockets of financial services have you found to be the most aggressive. people talk about hedge funds being very aggressive and we all know there's the wagons circling around steve cohen. can you tell me about that case? >> i don't talk about particular cases ever. >> okay. in terms of the areas of financial services in which you -- that skirt the line, if you will. can you name areas that you think are more aggressive than others? >> there'
james holmes. they may call their own witnesses after that. the fbi agents describe the deadly trap he left for fbi agents. he had bullets that would burn so hot even water couldn't cool them. he set his computer up to play loud music hoping someone would call police and lure them into the apartment. >> it is upsetting. it is sick. you are prepared to take people's lives. how can you be okay with that? you are doing this for months? they also describe how he spent months buying guns ammo and body armor for the attack. >> it is the latest example of the war on coal. georgia power says tough new federal regulations are for it to close. it cut nearly 480 jobs. the company says it had no choice because upgrading the plant to meet the new clean air standards would be just too costly. environmental groups are praising the outcome. but georgia power says customer's bills might go up because the plant shut down costs. >>> another day and another nightmare for boeing dream liern. for the second day in a row one of the planes suffered a serious malfunction at boston logan airport. this time a je
. >> reporter: there wls also gripping photos that the fbi showed from inside holmes' apartment. it was described how it was meticulously rigged to explode. the agent said he programmed his stereo to play loud music hoping to attract attention hoping someone would hit a trip wire. the investigator said a thermos of explosives was set up to spill into a frying pan creating another chemical that would create sparks and start a fire. holmes told investigators he rigged a box of fireworks to be detonated by a remote-controlled car he placed in the alley outside his apartment. an agent testified that in the ten weeks leading up to the attack, holmes purchased four guns and almost 360 rounds of ammo. teresa garcia senn tencbs news centennial, colorado. >>> we've been reporting that this is a particularly bad and early flu season and now most of the country is reporting high levels of the flu with an increase in severe illness. hospital emergency rooms are feeling the strain as more patients seek treatment. inez ferre has the report. >> reporter: emergency rooms are
released pictures of a former fbi agent who went missing in iran many years ago but in this photo he wear as jumpsuit like the detainees at guantanamo bay. the latest on the investigation and the iranian connection. a so-called tornado of fire engulfed this family's home. the only way out through the water. even though some of those grandchildren didn't even know how to swim. it's a fox report survival story. and it's next. push-ups or sprints? what's wrong with fetch? or chase? let's do this larry! ooh, i got it, i got it! (narrator) the calorie-smart nutrition in beneful healthy weight... incles grains and real chicken, because a healthy dog is a playful dog. beneful healthy weight. find us on facebook to help put more play in your day. [ female announcer ] some people like to pretend a flood could never happen to them. and that their homeowners insurance protects them. [ thunder crashes ] it doesn't. stop pretending. only flood insurance covers floods. ♪ visit to learn your risk. >> the afghan president harmid karzai is here in the united states tonight for tal
? caller: i would recommend that, but in a targeted way. as you probably know, the fbi has a national fingerprinting database that could exist for people with mental illnesses. the real issue is the accountability for those the purchase weapons. not only the accountability of the owner, but those who may steal them. bob host: this commentary comes from examiner -- steal them. host: this commentary comes from host: so, we are getting your thoughts this morning. what are the other articles this morning in the arts section of "the new york times"? this is the front page. the picture next to this show of the golden globe winners from last night. the issue of extreme violence on screens has become a thicket that programmers cannot avoid. "i do not think that there is anyone on this planet whose life has not been changed or affected by the recent course of events. nothing that is on the air is inappropriate. the network justifies the level of carnage by making sure the bad guys are brought to justice. there's a shot -- "criminal lines" is an adult show -- criminal minds" is an
and oil and rigged containers to explode. james holmes' apartment is at the top and according to an fbi bob technician, he said that holmes told him that he took a boom box and remote control car and placed it outside of a garage car. he said there was a cd that he made. the first 40 minutes was silent to timed out to start playing very loud music. holmes hoped that somebody would come over to that trash bag and then see the remote control car and start playing with it. except that remote control was was not triggered to move the car. it was triggered to set off a device inside the apartment and that would trigger a much larger explosion. according to the fbi bomb technician, james holmes planned to have his apartment explode to distract and overwhelm first responders and he would walk into the theater a few miles away and start shooting. it's the kind of elaborate diabolical plot that seems to work for villains in a batman movie but in real life this diabolical part of the plan didn't work. and, wolf, investigators also testified today that in the month leading up to the shooting james
but remained on the f.b.i.'s radar. he was extradited last week when his name surfaced into an investigation on a suicide bombing attack on the new york subway system that failed to be pulled off. he is the 8th defendant to face charges in brooklyn for the failed subway plot. you may remember one of his alleged coconspirators who pled guilty back in 2010. he and others were communicating with a shado shadowy al-qaida member. they were e-mailing phrases, such as marriage. he was stopped and the plot was foiled. nasir was using the name language as zazi while communicating with this guy in pack sthapb and was part of this kpheur to commit multiple terrorist attacks and that's why the u.s. attorney in the u.s. was able tow prosecute him. that first appearance scheduled about two hours from now. jenna we'll look forward to developments on that case. thank you. jon: a big take down for the f.b.i. to tell you about. federal agents scratching a name off their most wanted list, after this man is arrested on the other side of the world. details on the bust and his alleged crimes coming up. plus, heav
status and resettled in the united states were arrested and accused by the fbi of plotting to send weapons and money to al-qaeda in iraq. one of the men arrested had openly discussed his prior experience as an insurgent in iraq and the ied attacks he participated in against u.s. troops. the fingerprints of the other iraqi refugee who was charged were traced by the fbi to a component of an unexploded ied that was recovered by u.s. forces in northern iraq. in the wake of these arrests, dhs secretary janet napolitano and others have publicly acknowledged security screenings have been expanded to more than 58,000 iraqi refugees who have already been settled in the united states. and according to press reports this february, intelligence indicates that the threat posed by refugees with ties to al-qaeda is much broader than previously believed. fbi director robert mueller stated last year during congressional testimony before the house intelligence committee that he continues to be concerned with, quote, individuals who have been resettled here in the united states that have some associa
identified by the fbis are turned over to the department of justice and not prosecuted by the department of justice. the administration could say prosecute people who are lying on their background checks. there are also the national instant criminal background check mechanism is not fully funded by the federal government but could be and that would prevent people like the shooter at virginia tech who had a mental illness in his background, it would have flagged and registered that there was a mental illness in his background. the government can fully fund programs already in existence that the nra wouldn't necessarily disagree with. >> i totally disagree. there is no common ground in this argument. >> what? >> there's zero common ground. the national rifle association and most of the united states congress is against any sort of regulation of guns period. >> that's simply not true. david king on this channel on cnn, has said he's in favor of not letting people who have mental illness be registered in this mental illness registry -- >> he wants the loophole to allow 40% of people not allo
background checks on whether they could legally obtain a gun. they have been identified by the fbi, turned over by the justice department, and not processed. the administration could say prosecute people who are lying on their background checks. there are also the national instant criminal background check mechanism, is not fully funded by the federal government, but could be. and that would prevent people like the shooter at virginia tech who had a mental illness in his background, would have registered him. when he went to buy his gun, it would have sent a red flag there is a mental illness in the background, maybe he shouldn't be legally able to buy a gun. there are things the federal government can do, fully-funded programs that are already in existence, that the nra wouldn't necessarily disagree with. >> i totally disagree. there is no common ground in this argument. >> what? >> the nra, there is zero common ground. the national rifle association and most of the united states congress is against any sort of regulation of guns, period. i mean -- >> that is simply not true. david keen o
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is west of libya. the attack killed chris stevens and three other americans. the fbi reportedly questioned the 26-year-old suspect just last month. but a judge in tunisia ruled that there is not enough evidence to continue to hold him him. we have team fox coverage tonight. james rosen is with us from the state department. first "the fox report's" correspondent jonathan hunt is live tonight as well. jonathan, the state department officials clearly did not want to talk about this today. >> yeah did, not want to talk about it at all. victoria new land is a spokeswoman for the state department. she held what is known as the daily briefing today, shep. she was peppered with questions about the release of him in tunisia. she said it was simply not a matter for the state department to comment on. listen. >> the president has committed that we will see justice in this case. we have confidence that we will see justice in this case. but the fbi has the lead. they have to do this right. it is their business we support them in that business. i will send you to them on the status of the case. >> we di
. they have been identified by the fbi and not prosecuted by the department of justice. and there are also the national instant criminal background check mechanism is not fully funded by the government but could be and that could pro prevent people like the shooter at virginia tech. it would have sent a red flag that there is mental illness in his background and maybe he shouldn't be able to buy a gun. >> i totally disagree. there is no common ground in this argument. >> the there is zero. the national rifle association and most of the united states congress is against any sort of regulation of guns. period. >> that is simply not true. david keen on this channel, on cnn said he is in favor of people with mental illness be registered. >> he wants the loop hole of 40% of people who buy guns not to have a background check. >> that is a different point. >> do you want to register people, i mean that is a non starter -- you can't have a database on people with guns or anybody who has received psychiatric counseling. >> the nra is in favor of it. to say that there is no common ground is defeatin
in alaska last year the fbi gave covenant house its community partner reward for the work that we're doing to identify victims of sex trafficking and to work on the prosecution of those a traffic kids. in pennsylvania several weeks covenant house in philadelphia lead a coalition that successfully championed new safe harbor legislation that helps victims of sex trafficking. and that would be true throughout the united states and, of course, and latin america where covenant house works and mexico, it bottle, guatemala and in honduras we work directly. including broken up -- coprosecutor cartels were trafficking kids as essex, seven, eight, nine, ten years old and are programs. the work that we do to help victims recover depends on where that victim is in terms of their exploitation and suffering, but it almost always involves psychiatric counseling, helping and people begin to deal with rape and exploitation and then help them build up plan for that is not very different than the work that we were doing, you know, 30 years ago. because of trafficking now, but it's been going on for a long ti
. >>> plus, plan of action. the meeting of power players happening today to try to lure the fbi. >>> and next, if you are about to hop in your car, there is a new list of the safest songs to drive to. [ telephone rings ] good evening, this is flo. [laughs] yes, i'm that flo. aren't you sweet! licensed phone-ups available 24/7. call 1-800-progressive. >>> with, back. one annual list of the country's best public schools is out. for the fifth year in a row, many students in our area are at the top of the class. maryland schools are number one in the country. education week's quality count 2013 list gave the state's public school system a b-plus grade. that is the highest grade over any state in the country. meantime, virginia was not far behind in fourth place with a b grade. d.c. placed 45th on the list with a c-minus. the list evaluates things like graduation rates, achievement gaps, support for teachers, and education funding. >>> d.c. charter school leaders will discuss later today whether to revoke the charter of a school in southeast. board members will discuss whether to revoke the charte
's producer, an award winning journalist joins us here next. ♪ ♪ lou: newly released images show a former fbi agent who is kidnapped released six years ceo. these images released today led the man's family show robert levenson posing in an orange jumpsuit. his wife released the 2-year-old photographs saying, she did so because she believes the government is letting them off the yoke. repeatedly denied any knowledge whatsoever of his whereabouts. u.s. officials say the government is responsible for the images and video produced in the late 2011. the muslim brotherhood, and other radical islamist of shoes are hiding in plain sight right here in the united states. documented it all. the grand deception. >> the muslim brotherhood is an international movement. the goal of which is to create an islamic state niversally all over the world. in my mind and is the mother of all islamic orgazations, including al qaeda. [inaudible conversations] >> they believe that western civilization is corrupt, evil, decadent, and they want the dismantling. lou: joining us now is a documentary producer, award winning
disgusting. i can get is great the fbi is here. >> they should really tissue to skip this over with for the families. they are still clearing the topsoil and the painstaking process of digging by hand i will continue to check but the fbi as soon as we get more updates. reporting, scott rates, kron 4. >> the fluke season. it is still very active. h3n2 people that already gotten the flu shot are still even getting sec. >> people that never gotten the vaccine are even getting the flu-- >> it will take mid- december-march with the peak in the second portion of january which is right where we are coming up. grant, the impact of the--4 season. >> reporter: with 40 states, the brown have widespread flu activity. 18 children have died! this is categorized as regional. we are knowing that it is spreading. this is not nearly as bad. as the other states. in new york state they are up 169%. non critical had to send to other hospitals. this flu season is likely to be the worst the we have seen the last decade. the major changes to yosemite national park. and today, the release plans to clos
and the fbi is a need to the wells in linden. the tories are really thought the well was around 50 ft. deep and yesterday discovered the well as extra around 200 ft. deep. the fbi says the plant today to just 5 ft. a day. within it that the dictator of 40 days to reach the bottom. the man accused >> the man accused of shooting and killing 12 people and wounding 70 others at a colorado movie theater will go to trial. he has to be arraigned later today but his attorneys have filed papers saying is not ready the enter a plea. they're expected that asked for a delay and hope that a plea deal will be reached and the case stemmed white elite the expense of an emotional trial. >> as all turned out last night and martine as as contra costa county fire officials talk to residents about the closure of fire station 12. as a instead to close on tuesday along with three others in walnut creek lafayette and clayton. the closers expected to save the district about $1.6 million a year. at least one more fire station is slated to close in july. last night fire officials assert residents and martine as they
's a message for you. the f.b.i. has seized your office. and i called george frampleton. i don't know. he was the one i could reach. and i got on a 6:00 a.m. flight the next morning to come back to participate in discussions of what the office should do because what had hampled was he fired archie. he did not fire us. so there was a lot of discussion of do we quit in protest or do we say, ok, archie's gone but we're still here. we need to do our job. and we're going to stay. he's going to have to make a second big public relations error by firing us. >> what did he do? >> well, what happened is that they actually closed the office for nano second and then reopened it and robert bork who then was solicitor general and acting attorney general at that point because everybody above him had either been fired or had resigned. he became the head of this -- of the special prosecutor's office. i interviewed him for the library and he said look -- he said i, robert was nervous because he said, i could be charged with obstruction of justice if i closed it down. he kept it alive and they hired leon w
the $14 billion that funds the fbi, the dea, the secret service, the atf, and the u.s. marshals service. this is an historic reversal. in 1986 when this all began, ins comprised less than 25% of the spending of the other underlined enforcement agencies. if you look at page 22 of your engineering manual, you will see a graph that clearly shows this flip and what historic change has taken place over this period of time. border enforcement is by far the largest share of spending. it is the largest spending for everything in the immigration system, all of the other immigration functions. among other things, it has made possible the doubling of the border patrol in the last 8 years from 10,819 to 21,370. even though its growth is enormous, the growth of i.c.e. is also substantial. that growth has been 87% since 2005 from a number of $3.10 billion until $5.10 billion. those are the big framing points that i hope paint the picture of what it is we are doing in this report. that we go to the pillars i will say some things about and turn it to my colleagues. the first of the pillars that we disc
by the fbi and i cia couldn't get the results of the interview because they are worried about compromising the investigation. we are going back to treating crime. we don't know who changed the talking points to take al-qaeda references out of the talking points given susan rice three weeks before the election. we don't know anything. i don't want to hold up but i will until we get to the bottom of benghazi. in case the administration is listening to this program you are not going forward on these nominations until you share with the congress with really happened in benghazi. >> shannon: do you have support across the aisle at all for the proposition? i'm sure there are democrats who would also like answers to that question. >> i would be shocked if the democratic party would not at least join in the effort to find out what the president did during the attack, who did change the talking points. why are we now you back to a pre9/11 model of where the fbi can't talk to the cia. i hope they are interested in that. >> shannon: have you been given any timeline for the investigations wrapping up?
in the story is hilarious. >> head of the fbi at the time. >> who is going to take a personal interest in whether there is a homosexual ring, a gay ring, at the center of the nixon administration. he was the deputy assistant to the president, a good-looking california guy. >> here we are -- i can remember going home, you are scared to death. this is like a time bomb. this gets in the press and anderson gets going -- it is a disaster for all of us. and it is not true. the next day, each of us individually go into the cab that and sit across, right across -- we are sworn in. and then each of us is questioned by j. edgar hoover. he asks all of the questions -- the transcript of this was provided to jack anderson. that is how it was stopped. >> and hoover was planning to give this to anderson? >> no. anderson was going to go with the story -- jack anderson, the columnist. he was the one who is going to put the photographer down there and -- i have always thought, if i ever see brit hume i will ask him, because he was working for anderson at the time. anderson is getting ready to go for the
way it would actually be great if we have f.b.i. agents and in santa clara breaking down the doors of gravely ill pot smokers that will tell people more than the cato institute. one last point about this and i'll end. you see the force of the anti-commandeering rule and something that justin mentioned and that is the affordable care act. this seems far removed but it isn't. if you look at the affordable care act, the same reason, how far does tax power go? how far does commerce power go? but the mandate that was at issue in that case in the nfib case, that's not the engine that drives the affordable care act. the engine that drives that act is the exchanges, the state exchangeses which weren't even an issue in that case but will be, i hope. here's the way this works. initially the administration and congress wanted to commandeer states to establish changes. they then realize that oops, we can't do that because there's the anti-commandeering rule and that will be unconstitutional. and insthread be a preemption regime. either you sblish an exchange under our orders and in accordance
. materials report sales started spiking after the newtown massacre. the fbi said it performed a record .8 million criminal background checks last month. that's a 49% increase over the same period in 2011. but acetone tone reports, curbing gun violence may require addressing more than just gun sales. >> the video game industry is facing white it considers its most serious threat in 20 years the possibility of new government regulations on violent games. vice president biden told game makers he has reached no conclusions about video game violence but suggested he may be the only one. >> you all know the judgments other people have made. >> last month's shooting in newtown connecticut produced a barrage of judgments that video games contribute to a culture of violence, even from the head of of the nra, wayne lapierre. >> and they play murder, portray murder as a way of life. and then they all have the nerve to call it "entertainment." >> reporter: the video game industry rebuffed a government crack down 20 years ago by creating ratings, similar to those for movies. violent games are rated m
f.b.i. agent levinson who disappeared there in 2007. the "associated press" report the high quality of the images sent anonymously to his family two years ago led to the conclusion. iran denied any involvement. the administration begins a new gun control effort. we will talk about it with the fox all-stars when we come back. living with moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis means living with pain. it could also mean living with joint damage. help relieve the pain and stop the damage with humira, adalimumab. for many adults with moderate to severe ra, humira is clinically proven to help relieve pain and stop joi damage. so you can treat more than just the pain. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal events, such as infections, lymphoma, or other types of cancer, have happened. blood, liver and nervous system problems, serious allergic reactions, and new or worseng heart failure have occurred. before starting humira, your doctor should test you for tb. ask your doctor if you live in or have been to a region where certain f
to the f.b.i. websites. this is all about guns. people say more guns, reason for violent crime is guns. look at the number. from the f.b.i. website, between 1992-2011, 20 years of data, murders and violent crimes have gone down by 49% each. 15 years of those, 1994, 192 million fire arms and 2,009,310,000,000 fire arms. doubling the fire arms. number of firearms went up and violent crime and murders went down. you have can't say guns cause violent crime. >> bob: so the it's more guns, less crime, not good police work? >> dana: or the opposite is not true. mine is also important. chief of staff jac jack lew was nominated as the secretary of treasury. a let of question about his signature. this is a grown man. this is his signature, doesn't resemble anything. president obama had a great joke about it today. bob and i were talking today, i realize bob was eating his lunch where the signature came from. checkbe this out. this is what bob eats for lunch. >> kimberly: that is why we have healthy snacks. okay. now we have a cute video here. if bill maher pays up. >> we have a new rule that sup
of leaped over the counter and said, there is a message for you. the fbi has seized your office. i called george rampant -- heat -- frampton, he was the one i could reach. i got on a light the next morning to participate in discussions of what the office should do. what happened is he fired archie -- he did not fire us. there was a lot of discussion of, do we quit in protest or do we say, ok, archie is gone but we are still here. we need to do my job and we need to stay. he will have to make a second big public-relations error by firing us. >> what did he do? >> what happened is that they closed the office for a nanosecond and then they reopen debt and robert bork, who was then solicitor general and acting attorney general because everybody about him had been fired or had resigned, he became the head of this, of this special prosecutor's office. i interviewed him -- he said, i was nervous because i could be charged with obstruction of justice. he kept it alive and they hired someone else, a texas democrat -- nixon hired him to replace archibald cox. in the end he would be even tougher on
there and the snow was clearing, and they just build a fence around that i have pictures of the fbi. they tried to figure, we want to take this cabin because we think our bombs and. so they decided to build, they're going to fly at the. somebody said anybody ever see the "wizard of oz"? solid build a road and so it was months building roads. this is up on a mountain, you know. i got to know the neighbors. so i got in behind the fbi lines, and i cannot to stay with the neighbors and to take me up on snowmobiles and all-terrain vehicles. and i found in the woods, in the fire there's a big piece of wood and it has all these mathematical symbols that the unabomber had been. and his root cellar where he tried to get his brother to go in and locking them. but the neighbors loved jasinski. they just loved this guy. and i thought my god, i would like to write the story, forget the unabomber, just this guy interacting with people. all black installing bad and he would ride to the town and all the docs were chastened and he would get glorified. he would get everybody vegetable to do what i did is i went
of national intelligence, and the national security elements of the fbi were merged into the national security branch. these efforts were born of the need to institutionalize and facilitate information sharing, to bridge a gap that existed between intelligence and law- enforcement capabilities. on the heels of this change, it became evident that another service was in pretty high demand. it is what the commission called a thoughtful, innovative, and constructive legal guidance. following recommendations from the commission and others, the national security division was created in the department of justice to ensure unity of purpose among intelligence lawyers and the community on one hand with law-enforcement and prosecutors on the other. the division functions really reflect a removal of legal, structural, and cultural barriers. they have brought the department's national security elements under one roof and into closer alignment with those of the fbi and the rest of the national security community. as these lawyers work as terrorism and espionage prosecutors, they work as intelligence lawyers
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